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Both have some very interesting information. If your into railroads and trains like me you will love the Great Smoky Mountains Railroad.
i see you have no comment box on your "great smoky mountain railways" hub - shame, ill just write what i think here? new to this whole forum thing as you can see.
anyway my dad would probably adore it, I myself am not much of a railway fan, he has tried hard though. he built me a set around my room when i was like 7, did an AMAZING to be fair, but i had to like go under it every time i wanted to get into my room - so it all got a big too much.
anyway, i will show it him an let you know what he thinks if i remember. I particularly like the last and second to last pictures anyway :-)
by hush4444 6 years ago
Do you think it's possible to write a good-quality travel hub about a place you've never visited? This morning I read a hub about Hawaii, where I live, that recommends a hotel in Waikiki that doesn't exist, unless it was just built yesterday. It promoted deep-sea fishing for fish...
by Stephanie 5 years ago
I'm thinking about writing several more hubs about travel - in Canada, mostly (city guides, things to do, attractions, etc). Do travel hubs tend to perform well on HubPages? I'm wondering if it's worth trying to build myself a niche.
by JessBraz 4 years ago
I recently signed up for a TripAdvisor.com account. The thought of using it to promote any of my travel hubs didn't initially occur to me when I signed up. My husband and I like to read reviews of potential travel destinations on TripAdvisor when we're planning a trip. The travel bug has been...
by Melanie Palen 6 years ago
Even before the Google changes, I never really saw very much traffic to my travel hubs, so I didn't write any more travel hubs. Because of this, I stopped writing altogether... because I LOVE writing about travel.What are some types of travel hubs I could write that would attract an audience?
by James Paterson 5 years ago
Everybody loves to travel and explore places that they have never been to before and before booking their trip people like to try and find out as much information about a place that they can. Who knows more about a destination than the people who actually live there,?That is where the challenge...
by Marie Flint 5 years ago
Sharing Zana World's hub as an example for travel hubbers:Note the links to subheadings, descriptive text, and organization with appropriate pictures for each place. This is a really well organized hub.http://zanaworld.hubpages.com/hub/Best- … -vacations
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